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Mia Tedjosaputro_PhD_interactive abstract

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Transcript of Mia Tedjosaputro_PhD_interactive abstract

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ABOUT THE PHD
RATIONALE
Interplay of internal and external representations is always assumed.
AIM
Providing empirical evidence of how internal and external representations are intertwined.
OBJECTIVES
Addressing challenges of measuring mental imagery.
Comparing sketches and mental imagery.
Analysing the interplaying role of internal and external processes.
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THE ACT OF SKETCHING
AN INVESTIGATION OF
IN THE DESIGN IDEATION STAGE
AND MENTAL IMAGERY
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EARLY DESIGN PHASE
NOVICE DESIGNERS
ARCHITECTURE AND PRODUCT DESIGN AND MANUFACTURING DISCIPLINES
EMBODIED COGNITION
(Finke et al., 1992)
(Shapiro,2011)
RQ1. COMPARISONS: SKETCHING AND MENTAL IMAGERY
RQ2. INTERPLAY: INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL PROCESSES
RQ3. INCIDENTAL COMPARISON: ARCHITECTURE AND PDM
SCOPE OF PROJECT
CREATIVE COGNITION
THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK
RESEARCH QUESTIONS
METHODS
NOVELTY
THINK-ALOUD
METHOD + PROMPTING QUESTIONS
THREE
DESIGN CONDITIONS:
SKETCHING, MENTAL IMAGERY AND DESIGN SESSION AS CONTROL GROUP
PROTOCOL ANALYSIS

ADDRESSING DIFFICULTIES OF MEASURING
MENTAL IMAGERY
TRIFOLD
CODING SCHEME
OPEN ACCESS
ONLINE PROGRAM
PERCEIVING DESIGN PROCESSES AS
EMBODIED EXPERIENCE
MENTAL IMAGERY AS AN ALTERNATIVE COGNITIVE DESIGN TOOL
PEDAGOGICAL APPROACH
EMBODIED CREATIVITY
RAISING AWERENESS OF DESIGN AFFORDANCES
CONTRIBUTIONS
FUTURE WORK
LIMITATIONS
COMPARISON OF OTHER DESIGN TOOLS, INCLUDING DIGITAL DESIGN TOOLS
EXPERT DESIGNERS
REAL LIFE DESIGN SETTING
EMBODIED COGNITION RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
GESTURE IN DESIGN
SMALL NUMBER OF DESIGN SESSIONS
SCARCITY OF PREVIOUS EMPIRICAL STUDIES
LABORATORY BASED EXPERIMENTS
NOVICE DESIGNERS
THE ONLINE PROGRAM
PART 1 OF 2 PRESENTATIONS. 12 JULY 2018
EMBODIED COGNITION
CREATIVE COGNITION
Addresses unresearchable creativity as subject among cognitive scientists and experimental psychologists.
Finke et al. (1992) identified specific cognitive processes and structures contributing to creative acts and products.
Geneplore model:
generative and exploratory phase.
Basic structure of Geneplore Model (Finke et al., 1992)
Reaction of a standard cognitive science
Views: organisms at the centre of body, mind and environmental experience.
Influential proponents: Clark and Chalmers (1998), Wilson (2002), Shapiro (2011) and Wilson and Golonka (2013).
Sits together with 4E: Embodied, Embedded, Enactive and Extended views of cognition.
EMBODIED COGNITION*
Relation with designing:
cognitive auto-stimulation
(Dennett, 1993) and
active externalism
(Clark and Chalmers, 1998).
Accounts and views on embodied cognition.
Important notions:
affordances
(Gibson, 1986) and
effectivities
(Turvey and Shaw, 1979).
To understand designing mind, we need to understand the properties of body and environment,
designers as self-structurers of their own information flows
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Active self-structuring
(Pfeifer, 2007).
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